The newMagma fire helmet platform concept. Choose your personalized Magma from two unique configurations, Type A (half size shell) or Type B (three-quarter size shell) with a unified look • Sleek design accommodates a wide variety of accessories and electronic components • Can be easily reconfigured for new applications • Magma offers low weight and the most superior comfort in its classs • Built Bullard Tough – meeting your expectations * Helmet type A and B according to EN443:2008
The helmet is compatible with all conventional respirator masks – whether with rubber straps or adjustable two-point mask connection. Radio with bone or swan microphones are located where it should and can be mounted in no time and without using tools to the designated attachment points. Lighting By intention Bullard decided not to go with a torch model orientated system due to the fast evolvement of the LED technology and the large variety of requirements. The newly developed torch adapter from Bullard can accommodate most types of torches. The adapter is attached to the ergonomical position: below the eye line, for a low-refl ection illumination even in intensive smoke conditions and also for a low centre of gravity. Neck Protector Neck protector made from Nomex or aluminized aramid fiber with inner layer. „Dutch Ear-Neck-Protector 2-layer version or 4-layer version with watertight membrane.
The layout of the platform, outer shell and visor encloses the inner compartment against all risks. No comparable helmet offers a similar protection against heat, flames, sparks and fluids. The Magma head ring is made from just three components. Clearly laid out and easy to operate. The front and rear height of the head ring can be adjusted separately, just like the wearing height. These functions ensure sufficient space for a perfect fit of the protective goggles, the mask and for maximized head size coverage from 50-65 cm.
Colors and Ranking Magma offers a huge range of colors and color combinations as well as various options for ranking by colors, logos and text on the front frame „beneath the visor“ or on the outer shell.
Strap system with 4-point attachment, adjusts itself automatically. Easy adjustment even with gloves on. The x-shaped design of the neck straps fits comfortably and obtains best results in pull off test. The three-dimensional visor covers the retracted front frame for a maximum upper and lateral fi eld of view, while also covering the complete face up to the chin, leaving enough space for spectacles, protective goggles and even a respirator mask.
• modular platform concept • optional bi-colour design • largest protection zone • designed to prevent from view and hearing restrictions • largest visor, full face protection • full inside insulation against hazards • multiple adjustments for perfect fit • universal light adaption • only 29 components for easy handling, maintenance and low lifetime costs • no fix life time limitation
Americas: Bullard 1898 Safety Way Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303 • USA
Toll-free within the USA: 877-BULLARD (285-5273) Tel: +1-859-234-6616 Fax: +1-859-234-8987
Asia-Pacific: Bullard Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. LHK Building 701, Sims Drive, #04-03 Singapore 387383
Tel: +65-6745-0556 Fax: +65-6745-5176
Magma is a registered trademark of Bullard. 8395 EN (0915)
Bullard Magma Firefighting Helmet Technical Specification
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Americas: Europe: Asia-Pacific: E.D. Bullard Company Bullard GmbH Bullard Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. 1898 Safety Way Lilienthalstrasse 12 LHK Building Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303 53424 Remagen • Germany 701, Sims Drive, #04-03 • Singapore 387383 Toll free: 877-BULLARD (285-5273) Tel: +49-2642 999980 Tel: +65-6745-0556 • Fax: +65-6745-5 Tel: 859-234-6616 • Fax: 859-234-8987 Fax : +49-2642 9999829 www.bullard.com www.bullard.com www.bullardextrem.com Structure • The helmet system provides a base platform that permits interchangeable outer shells of ½ and ¾ sizes ( Helmet Type A and Type B) to meet structural, forestry, search, water, high angle, and medical fire and rescue applications. • The platform provides adequate space to apply ranking symbols. • Outer shell and front frame are available in seven different colors and reflective striping are available in three different colors to permit multiple color and rank combinations. • The system is made from as few components as possible. • The platform must isolate the entire inside of the helmet system. No heat, flames, sparks or liquids are allowed to enter the inside. • The system provides access for use of stethoscope, cell phones and similar communication devices. • The total weight shall be as low as possible. • The system must be certified according to EN443-2008 including all optional tests. • Helmet Type A must provide same impact protection like Helmet Type B. • The visor (face protection) and the eye protector must be certified according to EN14458-2004 for firefighting applications. • Any accessory must be tested and certified for and along with the system. • Certificate of Compliance for Helmet-Mask-Combination is requested. Assembly and maintenance • The complete system and components shall permit quick and easy assembly and disassembly for maintenance, repair, cleaning, and change of applications. • Complete disassembly or reassembly shall not exceed a few minutes. • Any component of the system is available separately as a spare part. Outer shell • Made from Glassfiber Composite material, lowest possible weight, extreme resistance against heat, flames, impact and penetration. • Minimum requirement: 300°C surface temperature for eight minutes with no delamination. • Helmet Type A and B come in one unique design. Paint • Three-layer three-K paint, water based. Glossy finish with UV protection. Platform • Inner liner made from HD Polyurethane with optional Polyurethane coating on the inside. Plastic inserts for visor attachment molded into the PUR liner. Front and rear frame around the inner liner to take visor, eye protector and the entire harness. Visor • 3-D injection molded, min. 2mm thick with a maximum angle of view to both sides and to the top. The visor shall extend a minimum length of 20cm when deployed and fully retract inside the outer shell in the stowed position. The visor extends and retracts
Bullard Magma Firefighting Helmet Technical Specification
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Americas: Europe: Asia-Pacific: E.D. Bullard Company Bullard GmbH Bullard Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. 1898 Safety Way Lilienthalstrasse 12 LHK Building Cynthiana, KY 41031-9303 53424 Remagen • Germany 701, Sims Drive, #04-03 • Singapore 387383 Toll free: 877-BULLARD (285-5273) Tel: +49-2642 999980 Tel: +65-6745-0556 • Fax: +65-6745-5 Tel: 859-234-6616 • Fax: 859-234-8987 Fax : +49-2642 9999829 www.bullard.com www.bullard.com www.bullardextrem.com • The front part of the head ring as well as the back part including the ratchet system is adjustable vertically and horizontally and independently from each other. The complete headband/ratchet assembly provides quick release attachment and vertical and horizontal adjustment for comfort and balance options. • Crown strap suspension with quick attachment to the rear frame permits the option of integrated attachment for bone microphones, left and/or right. Chin Strap • Front straps with optional comfort padding are separately adjustable for the right and left sides. • Quick release buckle to the side of the chest. Adjustable rear strap, self positioning with a 2-point attachment to the rear helmet. The rear straps provide an x-shaped 2- dimensional surface-to-surface contact in the wearer´s neck. Ear-Neck-Protector (ENP) • The system provides both standard ENP´s made from 2-layer Aramid fabric and Dutch ENP´s. • Dutch ENP made from four layers, outer layer Nomex, moisture barrier, permeable membrane and inner liner. Accessories The system provides at least the following optional accessories: without impeding the use of prescriptive eyewear and protective goggles. The visor extends and retracts over most SCBA masks. • Visor hardware permits easy replacement. • The visor is operational with gloved hands. • The visor is provided with an anti-scratch coating. An optional gold coated visor is also available. Harness • The harness provides maximum comfort, function and air ventilation. • Minimized contact surface on the wearer´s head. • All attachments designed as quick releases. • All fabrics / thread are made from Aramid, all pads with non-flammable foam, and all plastic parts are made from non-flammable Nylon. Headband/ratchet system • Helmet has an adjustable sizing system to accommodate 50-65cm. Sizing adjustment is accomplished by a ratchet headband system while donned. Adjustment is possible with a gloved hand while donned. • The helmet shell and head ring system design does not impede proper seal of SCBA mask or goggle when properly sized and in the donned position.
Bullard Magma Firefighting Helmet Technical Specification
Mask Adaption • Two-point mask adaption for all established mask models. Adjustable mask attachment. Light • Torch adapter on both left and right side to be fit down to both sides on the lower edge of the outer shell. Detachable and horizontally adjustable torch fastener. System must take any common fire torch on the market. • LED technology, AA or AAA battery driven. Lowest possible weight. Radio with bone microphone • 2 optional attachment points positioned over the forehead to the right and to the left. • Click in quick attachment being part of the head ring for correct surface pressure and proper transmission. No interference with any common face mask. Must fit any common radio equipment. Goggles • Primary eye protection certified according to EN166. Polycarbonate lens easy to change. • Straps with quick release to both sides of the goggle frame. • Fits glasses and /or provides inserts for prescription lenses. Straps to be attached to the head ring. Eye protection • Secondary eye protection according to EN14458, integrated into the helmet system. Attachment for storage on truck and on belts. Warranty
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Klassifizierung der elektrischen Egenschaften: • Isolierung gegen Feuchtigkeit gemäß 6.8.2 • Oberflächenisolierung gemäß 6.8.3
C: Klassifizierung Beständigkeit gegen flüssige Chemikalien
NaOH, HCe, H 2 SO 4 , O-Xylen
ACHTUNG Der Schutz, den ein Helm bietet, hängt von den Umständen des jeweiligen Vorfalls ab. Das Tragen eines Helms kann nicht in jedem Fall schwere oder sogar tödliche Verletzungen oder Invalidität verhindern. Sicherheit beim getragenen Helm ist nur dann gegeben, wenn dieser richtig aufgesetzt und vollständig montiert ist. Tragen Sie Helm und Bänder stets korrekt eingestellt und denken Sie daran, dass ein Helm den Hals-Nackenbereich oder andere ungeschützte Bereiche des Kopfes nicht schützen kann.
Achten Sie darauf, dass das Tragen einer Atemschutzausrüstung den Sitz des Helmes nicht beeinträchtigt, oder umgekehrt. Dieser Helmwurde nur zur Verwendung in der Brandbekämpfung, im Rettungsdienst und im Katastrophenschutz zugelassen. Der Helm eignet sich nicht als Sport- oder Motorradhelm.
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Americas Operations 1898 Safety Way Cynthiana, KY 41031 • USA 877-BULLARD (285-5273) Tel: +1-859-234-6616 Fax: +1-859-234-8987 Bescheinigungsinhaber und Vertrieb
Thank you for choosing the Bullard Magma Fire Helmet. Head protection is an integral element of personal safety equipment that reduces the risk and helps prevent head injuries. Please read the following information to learn how to properly adjust your helmet. These instructions have been written with both your safety and comfort in mind. Do not use this helmet until you have read and understand the user information in this manual. Sizing, Fit and Adjustment MAGMA offers a wide range of adjustment features to create the proper fit for each user.
Some are basic adjustments; some are related to the use of accessories and/or supplementary components. Head size 50-65cm, weight approx. 1.400g. Basic adjustments The ratchet system A allows adjusting the head size continuously to any size from 50-65 cm. To open the ratchet head ring, turn the ratchet knob counterclockwise. Put on your helmet and turn the ratchet clockwise to a snug fit. Both front B and nape C band can be adjusted horizontally back and forth for proper balance and to fit very small and very big head sizes. Same for proper fit of the eye protector. Adjust the front band B backwards by relocating the snap fasteners to the designated position if more room is needed between the eyes and the eye protector. Both the crown straps D and the connection strap A
WARNING Visors only provide limited protection against flying particles and are considered secondary eye protection. Always wear protective goggles when working with saws or devices used for cutting and extrication. Visors are not suitable for use at high ambient temperatures. Retract the visor to the stowed position during structural fire fighting. In extreme temperatures even the best visor materials lose their stability. Visors deformed due to thermal loads must be replaced immediately. The performance of your visor has been tested under the temperature range -40°C to 120°C. Components not being marked “T” should not be used under extreme temperature. Mesh visors are not suitable to protect against heat, flames, sparks, hazardous liquids, molten material or electricity. Damaged visors must be replaced. Marking visor and eye protector Marking Explanation of marking EN14458:2018 Europeanstandarduponwhichmarking isbased Bullard manufacturer R950 examplefor itemnumber 12 exampleforyearofmanufacturing . + suitableforfirefighting = forgeneraluse
E adjust the helmet position vertically. The connection strap E can move the front part of the helmet up and down independently from the crown straps. Adjust by means of velcro strips to the desired position. Adjustments related to accessories and/or optional components The brow band B can be moved up to give enough room for wearing a face mask. The nape band C can be moved down to make the helmet tilt back permitting space for goggles. Chin strap
ratingasfaceprotection ratingaseye protection Optional characteristics and marking
The red-black buckle A opens and closes the chin strap. Pressing the top of the red male part B to the outside opens the buckle. Cheek straps are adjusted with ladder locks C on both sides. Pull up the ladder lock to elongate the strap and pull the loose ends to shorten the straps. The chin strap is adjustable via a double D-ring D. E
anti-fog Contact with liquid chemicals Thedurabilityofthevisorandadapterswastestedwiththefollowingchemicals Chemical Concentration Sulfurdioxide 30% sodiumhydroxide 10% p-Xylene undiluted butane-1-oL undiluted n-Heptane undiluted
The X-shaped neck straps E adjust with a single cam buckle to the left and are self balancing.
This helmet complies with the retention requirements of EN443:2008 when the chin strap, supplied by the helmet manufacturer, is worn and adjusted in accordance with these instructions. Visor The integrated visor A and (optional) eye protector B should be pulled down completely while in use. Protection is only provided in the fully deployed position. A
Protective goggles Fasten the goggles on the inner shell and adjust to the required contact with the face with the two loose ends of the strap A. To remove the goggles, pull the two side handles B forwards. Ear Neck protector (ENP)
The length of your helmet’s service life is determined by the materials used in its construction as well as the environment in which the helmet is used and stored. This firefighting helmet with its painted helmet shell of high-strength and temperature-resistant composite exhibits excellent aging resistance and if undamaged it does not undergo any changes by sunlight (UV radiation). The life of the helmet is primarily limited by the effects of mechanical, thermal and chemical stresses. The composite used in your helmet is considered very resistant to these stresses. Furthermore, the helmet’s life is influenced by the amount and diligence of care and maintenance. The management of your fire department is responsible for deciding on the time for removing the helmet from service. Contact your local sales distributor or Bullard Europe directly if in doubt or to check your helmet. At regular intervals, conduct a check of the helmet shell, inner parts, straps and accessories. Retirement Criteria’s Outer shell Even a slight collision or impact may compromise the structural integrity of the material without any direct visual evidence of damage. This also applies to thermal stresses. A thumb pressure check can be performed to check for existing damage: If the helmet shell can be deformed by a thumb press at the affected site, the strength of the helmet shell structure has been compromised. The helmet must be replaced and rendered unserviceable. Replace the following components, if one or more of the conditions listed below applies: Outer shell - cracks, dents or scratches with a depth greater than 1mm - any type of deformation Inner shell (inner liner) - changes in surface appearance, especially melted material Visor - blistering, cracks, melted material spots - significant scratches - deformation - visor cannot be mounted securely in desired position; replace visor mount if necessary Protective edging (if this feature is included) - cracks, fraying, melted material; if applicable, glue loose protective edging back in place Reflective stripes - missing, burned or no longer reflective Chin strap and head bands - worn, missing or broken parts - damaged seams
Make sure the ENP of your helmet is down and interfaces with your hood, SCBA, and coat collar to minimize gaps in protection during use. Cleaning and Storage
Always keep your safety helmet clean. If necessary, clean it before you examine it. Do not use the helmet if it is still wet after use or cleaning. Manual cleaning Do not use abrasive cleaners, benzine or solvents such as acetone, alcohol or similar to clean fire service helmets. The universal cleaning agent Secusept™Cleaner (0.5-1.0% solvent) and the disinfectant Incidur as well as mild soapy water are approved. •Wipe helmet shell and all plastic parts of the interior lining with a damp cloth, then rub dry. • Clean the visor with lukewarm soapy water or alcohol-free glass cleaner, then rinse and wipe dry. • Remove straps and fabric of the interior lining then wash and disinfect together with the duty clothing in the wash bag. Machine cleaning WARNING The fire service helmet is subject to very strong mechanical loads during machine cleaning. It can be damaged if the following information is not observed. The helmet can be washed as follows in the washing machine. • Pack helmet in a padded wash bag • Load washing machine so that only one further helmet would fit into the drum • Preselect “swivel program” for respirators • Start wash • Rinse four times • Dry helmet thoroughly Cleaning agents: Approved cleaning agents: Eltra heavy-duty washing power with disinfecting properties, manufacturer: Ecolab Dosage: 5g Eltra per 1 L fresh water Water temperature: 62°C±2°C Storage: Store and transport your safety helmet so that it is protected against moisture, preferably in the original packaging. Life and Maintenance of your Bullard Fire Helmet Your helmet is designed to help absorb energy and impact. In addition, the helmet offers protection against flames, sparks, high temperature and liquid chemicals. The helmet can be damaged or even destroyed as it protects against these hazards. After a hard impact you should replace your helmet IMMEDIATELY, even if there is no visible damage on the outside of the helmet. It should also be replaced if the helmet has been exposed to extreme heat such as a flash-over. You should NEVER use a damaged helmet. It must be repaired – if possible – or be rendered unserviceable. Service Life and Mainenance/Assembly and Disassembly
- worn hook-and-loop (Velcro) joints - worn, broken or missing clip closure - tears and wear - brittleness
- discoloration Head ring - material embrittlement
- cracked or broken - twist-lock is faulty Cover fabrics, neck protection - loose, cracked or frayed seams - fire damage, discoloration - cracks or perforation
Screws - missing - check for tight seating of all screws Bullard recommends an annual inspection of your helmet by a trained specialist. After several years, destructive tests may be performed on a random sampling basis to check the protective properties of an inventory of helmets.
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Contact your local sales distributor or Bullard Europe regarding such testing. Assembly and Disassembly for Maintenance
Assemble the inner liner R with the rear C and the front frame S and put it inside the shell. Mount crown A and connection straps Q to the assembly ring F and put the completed ring inside the helmet. Make sure it fits into the corresponding depressions of the inner liner. Leave the crown straps unhooked for the time being. Install the chin strap P with two screws to the right and to the left on the front sides, male part to the right, female part to the left side! Leave the rear part of the chin strap unhooked for the time being. Mount the eye protector M if existing. Install the sleeves L on both sides of the assembly ring F. Move the rear wings of the assembly ring F into the channel underneath the rear frame. Install the rear axis with the Bullard Logo J. Assemble the brow pad to the front band D & G and the ratchet cover to the nape band H. Assemble front D and nape band E to the assembly ring F and fix the snap fasteners. Hook in the rear part of the chin strap B to the rear frame C and mount the chin strap with screws O to the front frame S. NOTE: Make sure you lay out the rear straps flat and move the hangers in the same way. Hook in the crown straps to the rear frame. Assembly Accessories Ear Neck Protector Snap in the Ear Neck Protector first to the right and to the left front snap fastener, then to the rear side. Eye Protector Release one sleeve and mount the corresponding side of the eye
Disassembly Put the helmet upside down with the front side pointing to you. Use the Bullard Helmet Support for maintenance, easy handling, and to prevent scratching the helmet´s surface. Unhook the crown straps A and chin strap B from the rear frame. Disassemble front D and nape band E from the assembly ring and snap fasteners. Remove the ratchet cover H from the nape band and the brow pad G from the front band. Unscrew the rear axis I holding the Bullard Logo J. Move the rear wings of the assembly ring out of the channel underneath the rear frame C. Unscrew the sleeves K & L on both sides of the assembly ring and remove the eye protector M if installed. Uninstall the chin strap P by removing the two screws O to the right and to the left on the front side. Remove the assembly ring F. Remove crown A and connection straps Q. Take the inner liner R out and remove front S and rear frame C from the shock liner. Remove visor T and washer U. Unscrew assembly Y and cover plateW to the right and to the left of the outer shell. Assembly Use the Bullard Helmet Support for maintenance, easy handling, and to prevent scratching the helmet´s surface. Mount assembly V and cover plateW to the right and to the left of the outer shell X. NOTE: The assembly plates are marked R(right) and L(left) which corresponds to the way the helmet is placed in front of you. Mount the washer U to the right and to the left. Marking is done as before. Put the visor T on the washer. NOTE: Do not remove the protective film before assembly is finished.
protector under the sleeve. Repeat on the other side. Mask Adapter Remove the cover plate and replace with the mask adaption plate.
The mask adaption plate offers 3 different positions. Make sure you pick the right one for proper surface pressure of your specific mask.
Warranty / Accessories and Replacement Parts
Warranty Bullard provides a warranty for a 24 month period from the date of purchase in respect to manufacturing and material faults. The helmet will be repaired, replaced or credited at the discretion of Bullard. The helmet must be sent to us carriage free as a precondition for claiming warranty; it must not be modified and the damage must not have resulted from improper use. Bullard is not liable for damage, failure in use or other indirect, accidental, consequential or special costs, expenses or damages which could arise for the buyer, even if Bullard has been informed of the possibility of such damage. Bullard will not be held liable for damage that occurs during hot fire training. Use Bullard Nomex helmet covers for those helmets.
Accessories and Replacement Parts When fitted with another item of personal protective equipment or with an accessory (other than as supplied by the helmet manufacturer for use with this helmet) a helmet marked as complying with EN443 might no longer satisfy all clauses of the standard. All accessories and replacement parts are designed for the use with your Bullard Magma helmet. Do not use them separately or with other brand or model helmets. Do not use any accessories or replacements parts other than listed below.
Crown strap kit Mask Adapterkit
Crown straps and connector strap with hangers
Assembly and cover plate R/L with screws
Sleeve and washer R/L with screws
Bullard Logo with O-ring and screw
Mask Adapter R/L with screws
Chin strap with screws
Complete set of screws
List of accessories and replacement parts R950 Visor R957 Napeband R958 Browband R959 Brow Pad R959C Brow Pad Comfort R160 Ratchet Cover R951 Eye Protector R960 Neck Protector R961 Dutch Neck Protector R952 Visor Gold Plated R992 Hanger Loop Han´n Go R995 Chin Cup Strap R996 Nomex Hood Accessories and replacement parts are subject to technical changes and completion. Please check www.bullardextrem.com for latest information Colors Lumenescent Yellow, Yellow 1018, Fluorescent Yellow 1026, Fluorescent Red 2005, Red 3020,
Green PMS 362, Blue 5015, White 9016, Black 9004, Silver 9006. Certification Your helmet has been tested and certified according to EN443:2008, visors according to EN14458:2018, goggles according to EN166 . The helmet is suitable for structural fire fighting and Hot Training. Hot Trainings can damage the helmet which is not covered by the regular warranty. It is recommended to provide separate helmets dedicated to Hot Training and use Nomex hoods. EC Declaration of Conformity This product conforms to the provision of the latest EU Directives for PPE (EU2016/425) and Marine Equipment (MED2014/90/EU) to be found at http://eur-lex.europa.eu as well as to EN443:2008 and EN14458:2018 to be found at www.beut.de The full Declaration of Conformity can be found here: http://www.bullard.com/europe/de/downloads/#FireHelmet
Options and Marking Option
Electrical properties classification - wet helmet insulation test according to 6.8.2 - surface insulation test according to 6.8.2